Jeff Stutphen is the host of 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show, an outlandish show with a cash prize of $50,000. Through a series of questions, one contestant emerges as the winner. The Other
contestants are eliminated and leave the game show in one of the 101 Ways like on the top of a bi-plane's, in a giant metal ball that’s rolled down a steep hill and by sailing off The Edge
of a steep cliff in a stock car.
101 Ways to Leave a Game Show begins with eight contestants divided into two groups of four contestants. The first four contestants answer a question. The contestant who picks an answer that gets as close to the actual answer will get to be the first contestant to pick from a pool of four answers, one of which is incorrect.
The contestant who selects the incorrect answer leaves the game show by one of 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show. The elimination method could be scary or dangerous. If your answer is wrong, you will be asked to leave by some frightening means.
At the end of the show seven people are eliminated and one contestant is left standing, but first they must stand shoulder to shoulder on the precipice of a drop into deep water. No One
knows who has selected the right answer until the last minute of the show. After The Other
s drop into the water, the winner then knows he or she has won the $50,000.